Pennington Biomedical researchers have applied their expertise throughout the pandemic and are part of a national study on long COVID.
James Olson, the new executive director of the LSU Stephenson Security Programs Institute, served in the U.S. Navy for 25 years as a nuclear submarine officer, flight meteorologist, geospatial and satellite resources collection manager, and science and technology program manager.
LSU researchers are using artificial intelligence, or AI, to effectively predict individual responses to different diets. LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center recently partnered with LSU Health New Orleans to leverage new technologies in the fight against the obesity epidemic and health disparities in Louisiana by joining the largest-ever national effort to leverage big data science for precision health.
LSU biologist Naohiro Kato develops solutions to reduce plastic in the environment.
How one LSU researcher made some “funny” discoveries in his lab, ended up with 31 U.S. patents, a possible cure for cancer and is being inducted as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors next week.
A selection of the latest books written, contributed to or edited by faculty and staff across multiple disciplines at LSU.
After a decade-long journey taking inventory of Indonesian shrews living on the island of Sulawesi, a group of scientists led by LSU mammalogist Jake Esselstyn has identified 14 new endemic species.
For the past six years, LSU librarians Hayley Johnson and Sarah Simms have helped give voice to the voiceless by uncovering the hidden histories of the United States of America.